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    Question doubt to understand the context

    what is the difference between these two sentences:

    I wouldn´t mind chatting with you as a friend and I wouldn´t mind chatting with you as your friend !

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    Default Re: doubt to understand the context

    Difference is 'a' friend and 'your' friend. 'A' friend is less personal, as you are one of many friends. 'Your' friend is more intimate, being more special and important.

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